Partition with a Linux file system cannot be mounted in Windows
An image of a partition with a Linux file system fails to be mounted in Windows. Acronis True Image says that it cannot assign a drive letter to the partition.
If an image contains a partition with a Linux file system, Windows will not be able to view it, as the Windows OS does not support Linux file systems. As a result, Linux partitions cannot be mounted as virtual drives on a Windows-based PC.
You can restore an image of a Linux partition, however you will still not be able to access it from Windows.
Windows and Linux can coexist on the same computer. For additional information, refer to your Linux documentation.